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 Programme Insert - Perfumed Sachet (Envelope) Promoting  'Enamel of American' for the Complexion. Francois Gregoire & Co..Philadelphia, PA.c1865
Programme Insert - Perfumed Sachet (Envelope) Promoting 'Enamel of American' for the Complexion. Francois Gregoire & Co..Philadelphia, PA.c1865
Price: $65.00

An 2 3/4" x 4 1/2" illustrated envelope use to perfume a programme - prepared by  Francois Gregoire & Co., proprietors of the 'Enamel of America', a beauty product meant for a woman's complexion. The envelope features the bust of a woman, at a desk, surrounded by several items, such as book and guitar. There are additional decorative elements as well, such as leaves and a border, used to enhance the illustration. . To add an element of sophistication and style to any performance, one could add a sachet or envelope of perfumed face powder, both promoting the product and adding an fragrance to the programme.
Billhead for 2 Heads, Julien Ledion, Anatomical Preparations, Bleecker St, . .New York City.1868
Billhead for 2 Heads, Julien Ledion, Anatomical Preparations, Bleecker St, . .New York City.1868
Price: $125.00

A 5 1/4" x 8" billhead from Julien Ledion, Anatomical Preparations, of every description, in Wa, Papier Mache, &c. Osteology.  No. 19 Bleecker Street. Dec 29, 1868.  Addressed toC. Hartung & Co, which I found to be an importer of human hair.   The bill is for 2 heads at $15.50 each.   Before my imagination goes to far, let us assume the heads were bases for wigs manufactured by the human hair importers???.